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My RCA RTD325W system only plays DVDs in blue, yellow and white. Why? All of the connections seem to be hooked up correctly.

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Please check the connections according to the used video analog output with the figures below:
Composite video output (yellow connectors cable)

My RCA RTD325W system only - josema_sv_4.jpg Component video output (red, blue and green connectors cable)

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